Tractor March Violence: Captain Amarinder Singh urges farmers to vacate Delhi

Tractor March Violence: Captain Amarinder urges farmers to vacate Delhi

Farmers Tractor March Delhi Violence: After violence broke out during the tractor march in Delhi, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday appealed “genuine” farmers to vacate Delhi.

Captain Amarinder Singh took to Twitter and wrote: “Shocking scenes in Delhi. The violence by some elements is unacceptable. It’ll negate goodwill generated by peacefully protesting farmers. Kisan leaders have disassociated themselves and suspended Tractor Rally. I urge all genuine farmers to vacate Delhi and return to borders.”

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Farmers Tractor March Delhi Violence: After tractor march in Delhi, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh appealed "genuine" farmers to vacate.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) stated that “Internet services temporarily suspended in the areas of Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi and their adjoining areas till 23:59 hrs on January 26.”

Likewise, Samyukta Kisan Morcha thanked farmers for the unprecedented participation in today’s Farmers Republic Day Parade.

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Farmers Tractor March Delhi Violence: After tractor march in Delhi, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh appealed "genuine" farmers to vacate.

“We also condemn and regret the undesirable and unacceptable events that have taken place today and dissociate ourselves from those indulging in such acts,” it stated.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha also stated that “Despite all our efforts, some organisations and individuals violated route and indulged in condemnable acts.”

Farmers Tractor March Delhi Violence: After tractor march in Delhi, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh appealed "genuine" farmers to vacate.

“Anti-social elements had infiltrated the otherwise peaceful movement. We’ve always held that peace is our biggest strength and any violation would hurt the movement,” the Morcha added in a statement on violence in Tractor March in Delhi.

-PTC News